Definition of unman in English:

unman

verb

[WITH OBJECT]literary
  • Deprive of qualities traditionally associated with men, such as self-control or courage.

    ‘sitting in the dock awaiting a sentence will unman the stoutest heart’
    • ‘And it has nothing to do with the brilliance of my cinematography; it's just the fatally cute combination of slo-mo and acoustic guitar that unmans me.’
    • ‘People may not have been consciously aware that the term flip-flop was meant to unman our war hero candidate, but it did so just the same.’
    • ‘Art Miller became a man just as society was unmanning men like his New Yorker father.’
    downhearted, dispirited, low-spirited, demoralized, despondent, depressed, disconsolate, dejected, dismayed, disappointed, daunted, discouraged, deterred, unmanned, unnerved, sapped, shaken, thrown, crushed, cast down, low, down, crestfallen, saddened, weighed down
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Pronunciation

unman

/ʌnˈman/